It seems that not only is the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet a real thing, it could very well be coming soon. A certification registered at the Global Certification Forum or GCF reveals this device with 3G and 4G LTE support, hinting at the possibility that NVIDIA could announce the device soon.
Earlier this month we’ve seen leaked specifications of NVIDIA’s Shield tablet. Those specs were nothing to scoff at, Tegra K1 chip, a 7.9″ 2048×1536 display and 2GB of RAM all sound really good. Now we have another leak for you.
So you thought NVIDIA was all about graphics , did you? Here’s a jolt - they’ve just released a text-based adventure game online. This game goes by the name Ultimate Quest and it’s ready to let you dive into an (extremely frustrating) storyline with typing as its heart and soul. And steering wheel.
I wouldn’t call the original NVIDIA Shield a mainstream device. It was more of a niche Android based gaming marvel. A follow-up Shield has been making the rumor mills now for a few months and we have been keeping our eye on what it might bring to consumers.
NVIDIA may have nominally stepped back from the smartphone biz, tough even that is still debatable , it hasn't completely backed out of the entire mobile industry just yet, especially when it comes to gaming.
After making a strong showing with their SHIELD gaming platform and Tegra K1 chipset, NVIDIA may be at it again. A new report form the BBC says the company is poised to release a new Android gaming console — with a twist.
We've been hearing rumblings about NVIDIA'sslate-style Shield successor, and now we have a face to go with the info. Thanks to noted leaker@evleaks, we're given a glimpse of the gaming tablet's front side. From the looks of it, speakers line the top and bottom (or left and right in landscape) of the display with what appears to be a front-facing camera as well.
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